re: Nahalin taxi attack - now Israeli police says fingerprints exist as the evidence.
Three boys from the settlement of Bat Ayin, suspected of throwing a firebomb at a Palestinian car and injuring six people, were remanded by the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court on Monday. The three, aged 12 and 13, were to remain in custody until Thursday.
Police claimed to have forensic evidence — apparently fingerprints — tying two of the boys to the attack.
Police Commissioner Yohanan Danino said he expected further arrests in the affair, and noted that the attack “threatens the fabric of life” in Israel.
And the article ends with ADL’s statement on the incident.
Abraham Foxman, ADL national director. “If the attacks were carried out by Israeli Jewish youth, this violence cannot be seen as isolated incidents. Israeli leadership — political, religious, cultural — must come together to make clear that these manifestations of hate are unacceptable and will not be tolerated, and that countrywide social and educational initiatives must be considered.”